51 min

Exploring Water-Driven Soil Erosion With Richard M. Cruse Finding Genius Podcast

    • Medicine

In this episode, we chat with Richard M. Cruse, a professor in the Agronomy Department at Iowa State University and Director of the Iowa Water Center. Dr. Cruse has always been deeply fascinated with soil health and water quality, and his current research reflects this. 
Presently, Dr. Cruse focuses his time on analyzing water-driven soil erosion rates. More specifically, he researches the ways that erosion is affected by rainfall, soil type, soil slope, and management.
Offer:
This episode is sponsored by X3Bar.com. X3 is the first exercise device to deliver force in line with the variable capabilities of human movement. When you train like this, you go to a far greater level of fatigue, which triggers a far greater level of growth.
Go to X3Bar.com and learn more about the professional athletes that use X3 exclusively as well as many before after transformations this discovery has caused.
Enter the code LIFTSMARTER for $50 off at checkout.
Click play to explore:
What healthy soil really looks like.  The factors that contribute to soil erosion. The benefits of controlling water conditions in agricultural settings. Want to learn about the intricacies of soil health and how it influences our environment? Join us now to learn from an expert at the forefront of this research!
You can find out more about Dr. Cruse by visiting faculty.sites.iastate.edu.
Episode also available on Apple Podcast: http://apple.co/30PvU9C

In this episode, we chat with Richard M. Cruse, a professor in the Agronomy Department at Iowa State University and Director of the Iowa Water Center. Dr. Cruse has always been deeply fascinated with soil health and water quality, and his current research reflects this. 
Presently, Dr. Cruse focuses his time on analyzing water-driven soil erosion rates. More specifically, he researches the ways that erosion is affected by rainfall, soil type, soil slope, and management.
Offer:
This episode is sponsored by X3Bar.com. X3 is the first exercise device to deliver force in line with the variable capabilities of human movement. When you train like this, you go to a far greater level of fatigue, which triggers a far greater level of growth.
Go to X3Bar.com and learn more about the professional athletes that use X3 exclusively as well as many before after transformations this discovery has caused.
Enter the code LIFTSMARTER for $50 off at checkout.
Click play to explore:
What healthy soil really looks like.  The factors that contribute to soil erosion. The benefits of controlling water conditions in agricultural settings. Want to learn about the intricacies of soil health and how it influences our environment? Join us now to learn from an expert at the forefront of this research!
You can find out more about Dr. Cruse by visiting faculty.sites.iastate.edu.
Episode also available on Apple Podcast: http://apple.co/30PvU9C

51 min